A lot of my customers have admitted to measuring viscosity at a shear rate of 1,000 1/s when it comes to formulating various types of drugs including injectables. However, from our recent in-depth analysis of various salt concentrations added to proteins, our results further confirmed why you are not getting your full spectrum when it comes to measuring your proteins at just one and a low shear rate of 1,000 1/s.
On August 5, 2019 at 10:00 am PST at Oaksterdam University in Oakland California, our Technical Specialists will be giving a talk on cannabis extracts and where viscosity is important.
Sign up for the event here: https://learn.oaksterdamuniversity.com/cannabis-extraction-operations-seminar/
We recently hosted a webinar where we went into details on viscosity measurements used as a guide when it comes to formulation development and the recording is now ready!
We will be exhibiting at the upcoming BioProcessing Summit Conference taking place at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
What happens when your samples are out on the sample tray for quite some time? When it comes to working with well plate or vial rack systems, your samples could be on the plate/rack for a long time prior to the measurement. As a result, we conducted some studies to see just how much evaporation effects occur specifically with our VROC® technology.
We hope that everyone's last week of march is nothing short of positivity and growth. It has been an extremely busy month (& that's not a complaint) for most of us! And of course increasing productivity often yields the best results, right?
SAN RAMON, CA, April 02, 2015 – RheoSense, Inc. is pleased to announce the Academic Viscometer Grant Program. Through this program, RheoSense hopes to provide assistance to faculties and academic researchers throughout the United States, in promoting mutual enrichment to students as well as advancements in the research fields. Please submit your application at www.rheosense.com/academic-viscometer-grant-program.